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Paint sprayer

We have been the online leader in paint spraying for the consumer and professional market in various countries since 2009. We sell, among other things, paint sprayers by Wagner, a German manufacturer considered to be one of the two global market leaders. Wagner has over 60 years experience in paint spraying, and boasts the world's largest technology centre for the development of paint sprayers. All paint sprayers meet the highest ISO standard.

Is paint spraying difficult?

  After serving thousands of customers in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany and the UK, we can confidently say that anyone can use a paint sprayer and achieve great results. Make sure you dilute the paint, do not exceed a distance of 20 cm between the spray gun and the wall, always keep the spray nozzle perpendicular to the wall, and use masking tape. This will ensure you achieve clean, fast work and a great result.

Can I work with all paint types using a paint sprayer?

 Most of them, yes. You can work with water-based or synthetic-based paints. You can also work with almost all types of emulsion paint, stains, lacquers and other paints, as long they are not textured paints (containing solids). However, there are exceptions: exterior emulsion paint can only be sprayed by the Wagner Project 119 and the Wagner PowerPainter 90.

What should I take into consideration when buying a paint sprayer?

When purchasing a paint sprayer, you need to answer the following questions:

1. What is the size of my project?
For small projects, we recommend an HVLP paint sprayer, such as the Wagner Wall Sprayer 500, Wood and Metal Sprayer 300, etc. For medium-sized projects, (for example, parts of a house or an entire apartment) we recommend, for example, the Universal Sprayer 950 or the Airless Sprayer Plus. For large-scale projects, we recommend an airless paint sprayer such as the Wagner Project 117 or 119 and the Wagner PowerPainter 60 or 90.

2. What kind of objects do I want to spray?
Always consider the largest item that you want to spray in order to determine which paint sprayer is most suitable. Often, a heavy duty paint sprayer can also be suitable for spraying smaller objects. It's much more difficult the other way round!

3. What kind of material do I want to work with? (lacquer, stain, emulsion paint)
Nearly all paint sprayers can be used for lacquer, stain and emulsion paint. Both water-based and synthetic. Exceptions are: light paint sprayers such as the W610 and the W550, for example; these are not suitable for emulsion paint due to the power requirements. All emulsion paint sprayers are (or can be made) suitable to a greater or lesser extent for spraying lacquer/stain.

4. Do I also want to spray exterior emulsion paint?
You can only use the PowerPainter 90 and the Project 119 for exterior emulsion paint jobs.
Should you still have further questions, please don’t hesitate to send us an email, or call us; we will be happy to provide you with assistance.

Which paint sprayer should I buy?

This question is not difficult to answer, because of some small differences between the different paint sprayers. However, we need to know a little about you paint job. We normally look at the size and also the things that need to be painted. For instance a or some walls, can easily be done with a HVLP sprayer with high power (630W) : W890 and W690 or maybe the W500.

For smaller things like furniture, closets or bikes, the W590 is sufficient for the job.

If you would like re-paint your complete house (walls and ceilings), but don't have the budget for Airless, we would rather advice the W950

When you prefer Airless quality, for instance when your home was just plastered, and jou want to keep this sleek result. Consider the Project Pro 117 or PowerPainter 60 for a complete house. The Project Pro 119 and PowerPainter 90 can also be used for even bigger projects, but also when more comfort is prefered.

Is working with a paint sprayer really quicker?

Yes it is! For example:

  • A wicker chair
    • Paint sprayer: about 25 minutes
    • Brush: about 50 minutes
  • A dresser
    • Paint sprayer: about 25 minutes
    • Brush: about 85 minutes

  • Window shutters
    • Paint sprayer: about 10 minutes
    • Brush: about 70 minutes 

  • A room 16m2
    • Paint sprayer: about 15 minutes
    • Brush: about 58 minutes

You can see that research show that the actual spay time is a lot quicker, than doing the same project with a brush. However these lead times are without preparations and cleaning. And this is a lot quicker with a brush. The biggest difference is the result that you will achieve.